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Hotels are cool, but sometimes you need more space when traveling. You could stay in a hotel for hours with nowhere to call your own or pack what you need for the day instead of having to worry about side-stepping other people's luggage. Extended Stay America - Austin - Metro has the perfect solution for this problem. It provides guests with comfortable suites with kitchens perfect for cooking and staying at home and private spaces where travelers can relax after a long day of work or play.
When you stay at Extended Stay, you get much more than a place to rest your head at night. Each suite is outfitted with a full kitchen and WiFi, so you can spend your downtime cooking up delicious meals and updating your friends back home on your latest adventure. The suites are smoke-free, some being pet friendly if you'd like to bring Fido along for the trip. Also, booking multiple nights will result in cheaper nightly rates than booking just one night at a time.
This chain of extended-stay hotels was founded in 1985 by a man named David Corriveau. The company experienced many different stages of expansion over the years, with its first location opening in Illinois and its second in Texas. New locations keep popping up, including spots across the country and in cities as far away as China.
If you're looking for a place to stay for an extended period, Extended Stay America - Austin - Metro is highly recommended as an affordable alternative to more traditional hotels.
The Austin-Metro location is in the city's heart, just two blocks along East Seventh Street from MoPac Expressway. The hotel is about a 15-minute walk from downtown Austin's various landmarks, such as Town Lake, the University of Texas, and the Capitol building. Rooms at Extended Stay America - Austin - Metro can accommodate up to four people in one bedroom and six in a two-bedroom suite.